The Economic and Monetary Union by stages

The Bridge Forum Dialogue a.s.b.l. invites you to a video-conference

on Tuesday 6 October 2020 from [3 p.m. until 4.30 p.m.]*

under the title:

“The Economic and Monetary Union by stages”

Anniversaries of the Werner Report and the Euro Rescue Funds


Mr Pierre Gramegna

Minister of Finance of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

Panel discussion

under the chairmanship of:

Mr Werner Hoyer

President of the European Investment Bank

with the participation of:

Ms Christine Lagarde

President of the European Central Bank

Mr Valdis Dombrovskis

Executive Vice-President of the European Commission

Mr Paschal Donohoe

President of the Eurogroup

Chairperson of the ESM Board of Governors

 Mr Klaus Regling

 Managing Director of the European Stability Mechanism

 The Rector of the University of Luxembourg, Prof Dr Stéphane Pallage, will participate in view of the academic events to be held in Luxembourg at this time. Analyses and historical documents related to the Werner Report will be available on a dedicated website.

* Time to be confirmed in accordance with the proceedings of the EU Council of Ministers meeting that day in Luxembourg.

The link for the video-stream will be sent after registration

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